Concept art for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra has surfaced
The folks over at OnLeaks and MySmartPrice have been kind enough to provide us with some brand new renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra. It is anticipated that the Galaxy Tab S9 series would be introduced in the end of July, along with the Galaxy Z Fold5, Z Flip5, and Watch6. The freshly revealed photographs show a 14.6-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 2960 x 1848 pixels as well as a V-shaped notch that houses dual front-facing cameras. This confirms that the fundamental design of the Tab S9 Ultra will not be particularly different from that of its predecessor up front.
The back of the device displays a design that has been subtly tweaked, and it now features a wireless charging station for the S pen positioned above the two cameras, which are each enclosed in their own metal ring. Additionally, the device has a larger battery capacity than its predecessor, which is a welcome addition. The next electronic device will have the exact same dimensions of 326.4 millimeters (mm) by 208.6 millimeters (mm) by 5.5 millimeters (mm), but it will weigh a significant amount more, coming in at 737 grams. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra will include a battery that has a capacity of 11,200mAh and will allow quick charging at 45W.
There is speculation that the Tab S9 Ultra will have an IP68 rating, and it is believed that it would boot Android 13 with One UI 5.1 on top. Both of these predictions are based on assumptions and speculations. In addition to 8/12/16GB of RAM, 128/256/512GB of storage, and maybe even more, it is believed that the entire Tab S9 series would ship with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU for Galaxy as the standard central processing unit (CPU). It is predicted that the base model, which will come with 8/128GB of storage, will use the UFS 3.1 file system, while the subsequent versions will use the UFS 4.0 file system, which is more efficient.